Category: Nonviolence, a style of politics for peace

An appeal to Pope Francis: The path of nonviolence toward a Laudato Si’ future

The Church is celebrating the fifth anniversary of Laudato Si’: On care for our common home, the powerful and beautifully crafted encyclical which calls us to a new understanding of all of the connections woven into creation. In this time of crisis, it is clear that nonviolence is a crucial pillar in the foundation of the more

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Empowering new generations on active nonviolence and entrepreneurship

Dieudonné Serukabuza, Africa Regional Coordinator, explains in a video the programme of Pax Christi International  in the Great Lakes region of Africa: ‘Empowering new generations on active nonviolence and entrepreneurship’.  He shares the greatest satisfactions and difficulties he and our partners encounter as persons deeply engaged in defending human rights in that region.  French and subtitled in English.

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Honouring Religious Sisters in DR Congo

Tribute to religious sisters in the war-torn region of the Great Lakes in Africa March 8, International Women’s Day, is an opportunity to support these women who care for people who have endured atrocities. The religious sisters introduced below extend often the only aid and social structures to which vulnerable people and victims of violence

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